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Vocabulary C1


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to officially end a law, a system or an institution
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This tax should be ABOLISHED.

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A large quantity that is more than enough
He country has an ABUNDANCE of natural resources.
The use of something in a way that is wrong or harmful
He was arrested on charges of corruption and ABUSE of power
To make bad use of something, or to use so much of something that it harms your health
He systematically ABUSED his body with heroin and cocaine.
The act of accepting a gift, an invitation, an offer, etc.
Please confirm your ACCEPTANCE (acceptance ) of this offer in writing.
That can be reached, entered, used, seen, etc.
The remote desert area is ACCESSIBLE only by helicopter.
An impressive thing that is done or achieved after a lot of work
It was one of the President's greatest ACCOMPLISHMENTS.
Responsible for your decisions or actions and expected to explain them when you are asked
The state spends taxpayers’ money and should be held ACCOUNTABLE.
To gradually get more and more of something over a period of time
By investing wisely she ACCUMULATED a fortune.
The act of making something such as a device or chemical process start working
The ACTIVATION of several target genes results in two major effects.
A person who works to achieve political or social change, especially as a member of an organization with particular aims
Thousands of environmental ACTIVISTS joined the march to demand action on climate.
Very serious or severe
An ACUTE illness is one that has quickly become severe and dangerous
The action or process of changing something, or of being changed, to suit a new purpose or situation
The process of ADAPTATION to a new school is difficult for some children.
Next to something
The planes landed on ADJACENT runways.
A small change made to something in order to correct or improve it
She went through a period of emotional ADJUSTMENT after her marriage broke up.
To manage and organize the affairs of a company, an organization, a country, etc.
The pension funds are ADMINISTERED by commercial banks
A young person who is developing from a child into an adult
ADOLESCENTS between the ages of 13 and 18 and the problems they face
Negative and unpleasant; not likely to produce a good result
Lack of money will have an ADVERSE effect on our research programme
To support something publicly
The group does not ADVOCATE the use of violence.
Feelings of anger and hate that may result in threatening or violent behaviour
The research shows that computer games may cause AGGRESSION.
Although
He finally agreed, ALBEIT reluctantly, to help us.
Able to think quickly; quick to notice things
Suddenly he found himself awake and fully ALERT.
A situation in which people are watching for danger and ready to deal with it
Police are warning the public to be on the ALERT for suspicious packages.
Arrangement in a straight line
Our ALIGNMENT with leading Latin American companies
Very similar
My sister and I do not look ALIKE.
In a very similar way
They tried to treat all their children ALIKE.
A public statement that is made without giving proof, accusing somebody of doing something that is wrong or illegal
Several newspapers made ALLEGATIONS of corruption in the city's police department.
To state something as a fact but without giving proof
The prosecution ALLEGES (that) she was driving carelessly.
To give something officially to somebody/something for a particular purpose
A large sum has been ALLOCATED for buying new books for the library.
A person who takes part in a sport or other activity for pleasure, not as a job
The tournament is open to both AMATEURS and professionals.
(of a person) with a name that is not known or that is not made public
The money was donated by a local businessman who wishes to remain ANONYMOUS.
The tools or other pieces of equipment that are needed for a particular activity or task
Firefighters needed breathing APPARATUS to enter the burning house.
Attractive or interesting
Spending the holidays in Britain wasn't a prospect that I found particularly APPEALING.
Physical desire for food
He suffered from headaches and loss of APPETITE.
That can be said to be true in the case of somebody/something
Much of the form was not APPLICABLE (= did not apply) to me.
To choose somebody for a job or position of responsibility
She has recently been APPOINTED to the committee.
A strong desire to have or do something
He has never had any ASPIRATION to earn a lot of money.
The murder of an important or famous person, especially for political reasons
The president survived a number of ASSASSINATION attempts.
The crime of attacking somebody physically
A significant number of indecent ASSAULTS on women go unreported.
To attack somebody violently, especially when this is a crime
Four women have been sexually ASSAULTED (assault ) in the area recently.
To come together as a group; to bring people or things together as a group
All the students were asked to ASSEMBLE ( assemble )in the main hall.
To state clearly and definitely that something is true
She continued to ASSERT that she was innocent.
A statement saying that you strongly believe something to be true
He was correct in his ASSERTION that the minister had been lying.